Anna Lipscomb is a senior studying International Relations and East Asian Languages and Cultures. Her interests include US-China relations, identity and nationalism, globalization, and Asian Pacific security. In addition to SCIR, she is also the managing editor at US-China Today and an undergraduate fellow at the USC Korean Studies Institute.
Abhiram Reddy is a junior pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations. In addition to SCIR, he is a research assistant at the USC Lab on Non-Democratic Politics, as well as Secretary-General of Trojan Model United Nations. Last summer, Abhiram served as Research Intern at United Nations University – CRIS in Belgium, where he worked on the redesign of the Regional Integration Knowledge System. His interests include trade policies, environmental issues, chemical weapons, and international organizations.
Nicholas Tinoco is a senior majoring in International Relations, where his research interests include economic development, Latin America, and security studies. Nicholas has served as a volunteer teacher for USC’s International Relations high school outreach program, Teaching International Relations Program, and has worked for The Daily Trojan newspaper as a layout designer.
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